Where can I travel to outside Europe? UK travel corridor list in full
There are a number of countries on the UK’s travel corridor list located outside Europe.
If returning from one of the destinations below, you may not need to self isolate when you get back.
However, the list is constantly under review so it is worth keeping an eye out for changes.
If you made a stop or travelled through a country not on the list in the 14 days before you arrive in Britain, you will still need to self isolate.
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The countries you can travel to in Europe are:
Austria (Will be removed at 4am, August 22)
The Isle of Man
Portugal (to be added at 4am, August 22)
Vatican City State
People who do not self-isolate can be fined up to £1,000 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and £480 in Scotland, while persistent offenders face fines up to £5,000.
Passengers should drive their own car to the quarantine destination if possible.
If they choose not to provide an address, the Government will arrange accommodation at the expense of the traveller.
Once at their quarantine destination, travellers must ust not use public transport or taxis throughout the whole 14-day period.
They must also not go to work, school, or public areas, or have visitors except for those providing essential support.